This Charming Restaurant In The Heart Of O’Keeffe Country Is A New Mexico Dream

O’Keeffe Country conjures images of earth so intensely red that you have to pinch yourself to check you’re not dreaming and of bleached white rock formations that together form landscapes of stark beauty. Few artists have so successfully captured the scenery in Northern New Mexico as Georgia O’Keeffe. And that’s why the area encompassing Santa Fe, Abiquiu, and Taos will always be known as O’Keeffe Country.

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Old Martina’s Hall is located at 4140 Highway 68 in Rancho de Taos. Have you dined at this historic eatery?

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